Watch Now France vs Australia JoJo and Jordan’s Relationship Ups and Downs | Engaged


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First comes reality TV, then comes engagement, then comes… real life! Jojo and Jordan fell in love in front of millions of viewers and now they’re letting you in on their day-to-day struggles, solutions, and fun along the way. They are navigating life on their own terms- together and engaged! New episodes every Tuesday at 10AM PST. #JoJordanEngaged

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39 thoughts on “Watch Now France vs Australia JoJo and Jordan’s Relationship Ups and Downs | Engaged”

    1. My husband I have been together ten years, married five, and have two children. We’ve had rough patches in the beginning of the relationship where we had to learn about each other still, and then rough patches again when our children were born. We are back in an amazing place and always ask each other, why are we so happy right now? What is the difference? For us what helps is time together, intimacy, going to church together, picking our battles, being quick to forgive. Sometimes what gets people the most frustrated with their significant other is unmet expectations, so we try to speak either the night before or in the morning, or just in general what are our expectations for the other person that day or that week are. It helps each of us to feel valued, needed, heard and helped. We also can become each others punching bags when it comes to getting frustrated about other outside things, so it helps to stop in the heat of the moment, and say, I’m not mad at you, I’m frustrated about this, this and this, and I’m sorry I’m taking it out on you, I just need a hug and to be able to vent. I love that y’all are being so open your relationship not always being perfect, it’s so refreshing! Best of luck in your future!!

    2. Relationships revolve around sacrifice, respect, and patience. Imperfections in these fields are very normal and common in any beginning of a relationship. Expectations will always be primary but controversial occurrences may turn expectation into plain disappointment. Sacrifice in letting go of what is struggling enables a new take on what is important. Stubbornness is sometimes a boundary in sacrifice because it leaves little in giving to any thing the relationship comprises of. Stubbornness also leaves a void of distance that takes time and patience to fill. A man wants to go into one restaurant with his fiancé and he chooses a table that is not sufficient to her. She brings the subject of her uncomfortable state in conversation. He says no, and she continues to feel unsettled. The result of the night out is the fiancé not making an effort to feel pleased and the man doesn’t change. If the man sacrificed the table of choice to a preference of his fiancé, the date would have been mutual and enjoying on both ends. Respect in noticing the other person is always key. A couple will love each other for the comprehension to compromise. Respecting in various ways such as not minding what each other wears, conversation topics, mannerisms and execution of activities will welcome a stable relationship that rejects error or complaint. A woman is dancing with her boyfriend at a club. The woman is having an athletic time while the boyfriend dances wonky. The woman sits by a corner to catch her breathe. She notices the moves of her boyfriend and remarks to herself about the obscure sight. The boyfriend spots her and asks her to accompany him to a changing song. She passes on the offer and the boyfriend respects her and grabs a drink at the bar. Hours into a drink the boy hears a song that he hopes his girlfriend will dance to. Once again going back to the same corner he asks her and she passes. The boyfriend questions why and she directly says his dancing is atrocious. Long story short the boyfriend feels distressed and the woman says she wants to leave. The moral is the woman should respect her boyfriend’s dancing regardless of the scene he makes because she makes a movie out of this situation which is more so “bonus feature” material. The woman could be patient in seeing the boyfriend dancing differently according to the song choice. Patience is effective in a relationship because marriage is built on waiting for the right in a moment of time. People change as years progress and patience makes moments in those years easy and lighthearted. A husband is a dedicated lawyer and he is running a little late due an appointment with a client. He made reservations and bought tickets to a show for his 4th wedding anniversary with his wife. Caught up with work he arrives at the show 20 minutes in. The wife understood and the she couldn’t complain while the show commenced. Dinner approaches and the husband forgot the time for the reservation and their table was taken and since they didn’t call ahead they waited 30 minutes for the next available one. The wife didn’t criticize the luxuries of her evening no matter how much her husband apologized. They eat and finish the night positively. The wife’s patience made her anniversary above average and her husband felt eased in turn. In any relationship a marriage, engagement, or even a standard one having sacrifice, being respectful, and applying patience benefits the couple and provides a well established life to live. Good luck to the both of you.👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻🌿🌿🌿

    3. Understanding you cannot change the other person- including their thoughts, feelings and perspectives. Focus on yourself and making those positive changes that your relationship might need. Usually we are so focused on loving and caring for the other person and we forget self care and self love! I have started doing little things here and there to make me a better partner, listener, lover etc and it has really transformed how I approach things.

  1. I REALLY REALLY appreciate your candid video. I will use your advise to help my marriage. It’s oir first year and pretty hard. He has a issue with communication.

  2. Thank you so much for being so open and honest for us. We all understand that relationships aren’t all rose’s and ros’e.

  3. A helpful tip that my husband and I like to use when we’re getting through a rough patch is to listen to your partner tell them what you hear them say. A lot of times you might feel misunderstood but knowing what they hear you say can help clear up any confusion. We each do this for one another until we both feel understood

  4. I don’t understand why they’re STILL not married when they got engaged in 2016. Such a red flag, and it’s very obvious they have no interest in actually getting married. No couple in their right mind is engaged for 3 years….

    1. Avery Cee Its not a red flag and I disagree and I knew many couples who were engaged for more then 3 years and are now married with kids. Do people not understand. J&j didn’t meet in a normal setting. They barely knew each other. They need to get to know each other and date in the real and see how their life is going to be. So stupid they r the only one that get criticize about everything they do meanwhile the other couples don’t. Normal couple date and know each other for more then 2 years before they get engaged. Every relationship is different, there is no rules or time. Don’t be hater ✌🏻

    2. Okay but they’ve known each other for three years now…it’s a bit ridiculous and I’m shocked anyone even gives a fuck about them and their wedding that’s never going to happen.

  5. I’ll be forever alone.. I’m ugly and I’m 23 years old and haven’t ever dated.. I’m tired of seeing love videos on trending ☹

  6. I really appreciated both of u sharing ur story. Oftentimes our emotions and struggles get intertwined with the other person and that leads to mistrust, selfishness, and so much more. The beauty is that love can overpower all of that.

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